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  • Traffic will soar above the muddy swamp between Uganda’s capital and its international airport when a new Chinese-built highway opens in a few months time, but the road itself is mired in controversy. Source:
  • Kenya’s financial giants are boosting their presence in the Democratic Republic of Congo with the hope of raking in profits when the economy booms Source:
  • NAIROBI, Jan 31 (Reuters) – The following company announcements, scheduled economic indicators, debt and currency market moves and political events may affect African markets on Wednesday. – – – – – GLOBAL MARKETS Asia stocks pulled further back from record highs on Wednesday as the recent rise in global bond yields weighed on equities, while […]
  • The petition of the day is: Nordyke v. Howmedica Osteonics Corp. 17-972 Issue: Whether the Supreme Court’s decision in Atlantic Marine Construction Corp. v. United States District Court supplants the traditional transfer of venue analysis under 28 U.S.C. § 1404(a) where some, but not all, parties to a litigation have agreed to a forum-selection clause. […]
  • Guide to Economic Indicators ———————————————————– This Diary is filed daily. ** Indicates new events ———————————————————– WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31 SANTIAGO – Central Bank of Chile holds monetary policy meeting – 2100 GMT (to Feb. 1). Source:
  • Two Great Tastes That Taste Great Together: Prestige and money. See the Top 20 law schools ranked by graduates’ salary. When All Else Fails, We Drink: The State of the Union drinking game we need right now. Yet Another Law School Accepts The GRE: This is just going to keep on happening. That’s A Nice […]
  • It involves a claim of executive privilege. Source:
  • And does Outdoor Voices have grounds for an infringement claim? Source:
  • LONDON, Jan 30 (Reuters) – Spot trading remained brisk due to rebounding refinery margins, with medium and light grades in particularly high demand, traders said. Source:
  • The DOJ thinks free speech demands that we punish free speech. Source:
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